Getting started for Zomerfolk!
Slowly the sun is showing her beautiful smile in Groningen. The team is slowly getting started for an awesome day at
We will try to bring you as much streams and pictures from bands like
The Highland Sell-Outs
and many more!!!
Things are stirring in the North of the Netherlands…
Who would expect a whole different world in a park that’s hugging the city of Groningen? Well, we do! 😀
We are looking forward to the 6th edition of Rapalje
, organised of course by our friends of
, in their hometown. Good music, good beers, good friends, a world away from daily life, and a world as all of life should be!
Come join us next weekend, the 9th and 10th of June, in
Coming down from
while at the same time gearing up for Zomerfolk… the life of the radio people can sometime be pretty awesome. 😀
MONTHLY MARKER: VAEL
Sometimes we choose a Monthly Marker based on circumstance or timing. Sometimes it’s connected to a give away, or a festival. Sometimes we choose a song from a well established band, sometimes we get tipped by a friend. And sometimes, well, sometimes it just hits us!
Mittelalterlich Phantasie Spectaculum
was given a demo EP of a band called Vael. We had never heard of them, but when playing the disc it became clear right away that this was definately not only CeltCast material, but also a Monthly Marker waiting to happen!
The band consists of seven musicians, determined to connect the people of the world through good music! The name Vael comes from the Celtiberian God Vaélico, which is represented by a wolf. The EP is titled Mure, which is Japanese for Wolf-pack. The recurring theme of the wolf is chosen, as it is an animal with much lore, shared by almost all peoples over the world. Vael wants to use musical styles from all over the world and blend them in with their own traditional music, to create harmony between cultures.
For this Monthly Marker we chose the title track, Mure, which mixes Asian sounds with Celtiberian music, and attempts to form a bridge between these cultures. We at CeltCast hope to be able to play a part in that, by playing the song five to six times a day throughout June. Enjoy!
It was an amazing keltfest!
As the team is recovering from an amazing
, our photographers are working (feet up and in the shade) to share with you snap shots of those beautiful memories that will stay with us forever.
Over the next few days we will share with you some of the pictures our team took in this album.
Feel free to tag, share and react. We love to hear your thoughts.
If you want to see the real action, go to our livestream video’s!
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